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By Paul Bolduc, President
Published January 27, 2009
The merger of sales and service for the converting equipment manufacturing company is aimed at better serving an expanding customer base. Read More »
Published May 20, 2008
KAMMANN SERVICE, St. Charles, IL, USA – Kammann Service Inc., the service support company of Kammann Machines Inc., has announced the appointment of its new president, Paul Bolduc.… Read More »
Published March 19, 2007
Kammann Machines, Inc. Based in Bünde, Germany – Kammann Machines designs and custom builds narrow web screen and waterless offset printing equipment.  The company specializes in the disposable medical device industry and high qual… Read More »
Kammann integrates into North American unit Kammann Machines Inc. and Kammann Machines Service Inc. have merged to form Kammann USA. The new entity delivers more proactive and integrated products and services for customers in North America using Kam… Read More »
Narrow Web Profile: Topflight Corporation
By Jack Kenny
Published March 3, 2006
For more than half a century, this converter has been at the forefront of innovation. Today it remains a technology and business leader. Read More »
Published September 15, 2008
Michael Bryant is the new president. Read More »
Screen Printing
Published September 2, 2009
A powerful printing process maintains its strong presence in the narrow web industry. Read More »
Labels in Russia
By John Penhallow
Published November 12, 2008
The thirteenth Russian Label exhibition Etiketka-Labelshow took place in October. L&NW dispatched its Europe correspondent to Moscow to check the health of the Russian label business. Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
Flexo presses Nilpeter Slagelse Denmark The modular F-Line of flexo presses offer three web widths. Each model is available with a mechanical drive or optional servo driven print units. Maximum printing and die-cutting speed is 750 fpm. The open… Read More »
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